Camille Jones

Camille is a Steps of Faith alumni and is excited to join the staff for the 2017-2018 season!

She is entering into her senior year at Kennesaw State University where she is majoring in Dance with a ballet concentration. Through this program, she has trained in ballet, pas de deux, pointe, modern, and contemporary.

She has been a part of the KSU Dance Company since her freshman year. She has performed multiple pieces while a part of this company including Coppelia and Friends set by Christine Welker, Table Manners choreographed by Lisa Lock, Disquietude choreographed by McCree O’Kelley, To Walk a Mile choreographed by Erin England, as well as Bask choreographed by Emily Peay. Through this company Camille has also had the opportunity to perform at the Cobb Energy Center, the KSU Dance Festival, and the Modern Atlanta Dance Festival.

Camille is Progressing Ballet Technique certified and is passionate about injury prevention in dancers. This passion has led her to do undergraduate research in popular dance injuries.

Outside of Steps of Faith, Camille is a youth leader at Expedition Church and also a teacher and staff member at The Georgia Ballet.